The Masseria is situated in the heart of Salento Peninsula, an area permeated through and through with Mediterranean character and where the light, the breezes and the sea coalesce in a unique alchemy.

Today, the area planted with vines extends for some 130 hectares, all dedicated to the cultivation of the great grape varietals of southern Italy, such as Primitivo, Negroamaro, Aglianico and Fiano.

This land, with its special light and colours, yields wines that successfully combine complexity and freshness and are appreciated in over 70 countries worldwide.

Restored to its former glory by lengthy and careful restoration work, the Chapel of Carmine is located within the walls of the Masseria.

This intimate place of worship, dating back to the 16th century and embellished with precious wall paintings, testifies to the sensibilities and devotion of the noble families who inhabited the Estate over the centuries.